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f 00anquet speaker use of will was the fee- the annual all- banquet Monday at the Superior High gymnasium. The ban- each year by er of commerce as a athletes and r their work through- quoting from the Bay Packer Lombardi, "Win- but the went on to offer for developing Win. the will working hard. , per- and the willing to for both the team He suggested 10 years in avoid looking back wishing things had concluded his re- in ath- activities and special awards and were announced. received the Jim An- received the scholarship McCord received Wets volleyball scholarship given y Medical were Tiffany Miller. Duncan and were named athletes the Red Russell, volleyball; Corey Scott, football; Tim Shaw, football; Sandy Smith, volleyball, track; Mike Thompson, cross country; Deon Tipton, volleyball. Sophomores Matt Bergen, football, wres- tling; Nolan Beavers, basketball; Brandon Blecha, cross country, wrestling, track; Genelle Czirr, cheerleading; Brody Duncan, track; Chris Jackson, track; Amy Jensen, basketball, track; Brian Judy, wrestling; Shannon McCord, wrestling, track; Ed Meekins, basketball, golf. Rachel Meyers, track; Laura Nelson, basketball; Jason Rempe,cross country, wrestling; Ryan Smidt, football, golf; Angle Thompson, cheerleading; Richard Watson, football, boys basketball; Tom Wilhelms, bas- ketball. Freshmen Cletus Corman, track; Drew Ekart, cross country, track; TJ. Folkers, track; Ben Hanson, track; Mandy Hobson, basket- ball, track; Sara Menke, track; Tyler Mitchell, wrestling, track; Jason Ray, wrestling, track; travis Rempe, cross country; David Riggert, football, basket- ball, track; Jeremy Tipton, golf; Aaron Watson, wrestling, track. Red Caps to hold final meeting The Superior Red Caps will meet for their final meeting of the year Friday at 7 a.m. at the Elks Lodge. The primary purpose of the meeting is to recognize finalists from the golf and district track competition being held this week. Everyone with interest in sup- awards this year porting Superior's student ath- sport award, letes and especially those who and let- will represent the community in ghout the state golf and track events is Dave Riggert, urged to attend the meeting. Eddie Damon, Todd Bicycle ride to be JeffAutrey, Watson and apart of Lady b.t Vestey Festival Brett Delka, , T.J. Folkers, Ben {Yen Henderson, Sara Menke, Priefert, Ja- Lpe, Aaron Duncan, Amy ly Nelson. presentation, the of the football a Wildcat paw to Tadlock. the school at the helm. . for most sports Yen out earlier after season was fin- were acknowl- enters basket- :Barnes, volley- wrestlin football; Tiffany basket- Lgrimson, Heydenberk, , McCord, football, track; football, Todd Mohler, Aaron Newell, basketball, golf; Collin wrestling; Jim tling; Scott track; Kerry John Scott golf; Matt Country, .wres- A 25-mile bicycle ride Sun- day morning, May 24, will be part of the Lady Vestey Festival activities. The non-compelativcrjde, an official Nebraska Qua- - squicentennial event, will go from Superior to Nelson and back. The City Park will be the point of departure at 7 a.m. Rest stops will be provided at six and 18 miles and in Nelson. A registration fee is required. The first 50 registrants will re- ceive an official Lady Vestey Festival Bike Hike bandanna. Children under 10 must be ac- companied by an adult. Although helmets are not mandatory, they are strongly recommended. Entry forms are available from either Menke Drug Store or Deuel Pharmacy. Entries are to be sent to Terry Kermoade. The senior football players presented head coach Dave Tadlock a signed Wildcat paw-print at the athlehc tanquet Monday evening. From left: Jeff Autrey, Jim Sullivan, Scott Utecht, Andrew Miller, Jamie Hallgrimson, Andy Heydenberk, Troy Delka, Collin Stubbs, John Thompson, Tadlock, Todd Smidt, Todd Mohler, Sam Meyers and Jeff Christiancy. --Express Photo leyball; basket- track; , eel- football Hatch, Hiner, eel- Andrew Miller received the Red Caps most valuble player plaque and scholarship from Dr. Timothy Blecha during the athletic banquet Monday evening. --Express Photo Dr. Timothy Blecha presented Tiffany Duncan with the Red Caps most valuable player plaque and scholarship during the athletic banquet at the high school Monday evening. Sharon Fritz won the high game scratch and handicap, high series scratch and handi- cap and highest average tropics at the bowling banquet. She bowls in the Classical League Thursday evenings. Thursday, May 14, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Nuckolls County votes Representatives in Congress . Third District Republican Democrat Bill Barrett Lowell Fisher Absentee 14 14 Spring Creek 53 36 North Nelson 73 43 South Nelson 71 43 Beaver 1 75 73 St. Stephens 14 24 Beaver 2 88 57 Beaver 3 88 53 Elk 74 44 Hardy 68 38 Nora 25 16 Victor 26 71 Total 669 512 For County Commissioner Republican Dean Rowley Edd Epley Absentee 1 5 Spring Creek 7 44 North Nelson - South Nelson - Beaver 1 - - St. Stephens Beaver 2 40 52 Beaver 3 Bruns Dairy was the city tournament and Classical League champions. From left: Kellei Bruns, Diane Delka, Carnie Kroeger, Jolanda Bouray, Cathy Martin and PaT Bruns. A preacher was speaking on the story of the conversation which the Lord Jesus had with the Sa- City Association officers for ; 1992,93 are (from left): Jan An- Ehlers and Jan Warren, golf; sergeant at arms; Judy basket- Malmos, secretary-treasurer; vet- and Diane Kile, president. Not Melissa present for picture: Deb lall; Kristin Healey, vice president. Clothes for RAGS $1.00 per bag NIFTY THRIFTY 410 112 N Central 1:30-5".30. Thursdays 5:00-9.'00 |aturday 10.'00-2:00 or Call 40279-1160 - Second District T.V. Kastrup 2 Elk 8 16 Hardy 46 28 Nora 2 " 32 Victor Total 104 177 2 Democrat Robert Samsula Jesse H. Jensen Michael L. Thayer Absentee 1 4 Spring Creek 21 25 15 North Nelson South Nelson Beaver 1 St. Stephens Beaver 2 33 41 12 Beaver 3 Elk 29 2 13 Hardy 12 32 6 Nora 4 2 17 Victor Total 100 102 67 Proposed Amendment No. 1 Yes No Absentee 12 14 Spring Creek 6"/ 40 North Nelson 82 76 South Nelson 54 101 Beaver 1 133 49 St. Stephens 25 29 Beaver 2 117 69 Beaver 3 123 42 Elk 55 103 Hardy 59 77 Nora 13 40 Victo/ 85 38 Total 825 678 These four ladies were members of the Monday Matinee League championship team. From left: Lisa Meyer, Stacey Shroyer, Jacelyn Shroyer and Deb Brazil. SynDee Wulf and ......... Peggy Cassell were not present for picture. Honored for their bowling in the city tournament were Jan Ehlers and Rose Ehlers, doubles winners; Cindy Barry, all event; and Carol Hamley, singles. God does not always pay at the end of each day, but God always pays in the end. What if God couldn't take time to bless us today because we couldn't take time to thank him yesterday? The devil is willing for a per- son to confess Christianity as long as he does not practice it. Life is tough for teenagers. They get their paren, ts at such an advanced age that it really diffi- cult to retrain them. maritan woman. He stated the command, "Go, bring they hue- ! ' band," revealed to the woman, as by a flash of light, her past evil life. Then leaning over the pulpit,  w*""m * almostNO MORE40o/.BAGGING! Decrease mowing time by with pointing f'mger, the preacher said in solemn tones, "Christ may not say to you, 'Go, bring thy husband,' but 'Go, bring thy ledger.'" A shiver swept through the crowded congregation com- posed of businessmen. e NO MORE PUSHINGI Self.propelled Snappe mulcher with 6 forward speeds. MORE PULLING CORD TO START! Electric .t Snapper mulcher - Just turn the key. NO MONTHLY PAYMENTS 'TIL OCTOBER!! Ask dealer for de- tails of Snap Credit Plan. ,,3o NO MORE WORRYI! Snapper Recyclln! Mulcher carries 2 year total protectlm guarantee. |111 _ Sutton Spring Fling With The 'Rumbles' Friday, May 29 Sutton City Park 7 p.m. to 1 a.m (Refreshments served" [ Food Standy by | L Sutton J.C.'s ) Advance Tickets $5.00 At the gate $6.00 Sponsored by the Sutton Commercial Club ] SuperiorA0000EHardware n n 'Ace Is the Place Jack and Gladys Sti so ' " ' 250 N Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879"4119 I I IIII i Thursday Night Association officers for next year are (from left): Patti Kramp, president; Kellei Bruns, vice president; and Cathy Martin, secretary-treasurer. Not present for picture: Jan Warren, sergeant at arms. Children should always listen Los Angeles has both the to their elders--not because they Dodgers and the Angels. Consid- are always fight, but because they ering the traffic out there, you are, have more experience being in fact, either one or the other. wrong. Wll Diet Coke, Coke, Sprite and Mr. Pjbb .............. 6-pk. cans $1.89 50-lb. 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